Feature Using artificial intelligence software to analyse residents’ posts on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, Tel Aviv municipal officials gain understanding of public opinion to help shape public policy.
News Analysis In the wake of the explosions at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility, widely attributed to Israel, a retaliation is likely to take the form of a cyberattack, security experts say.
Interview To harden Israel’s water network against an estimated 500,000 hacking attempts a year, Mekorot, the nation's water supplier, has invested heavily in securing critical infrastructure.
Updated Israel is a crucible for cloud security startups aiming to solve enterprise security issues for open source, serverless, container and virtual computing technology.
Feature Israel's history in agricultural has evolved into an ecosystem of pathbreaking, technologically advanced agritech startups using AI, robotics and drones to make farming more cost-efficient.
News Analysis Israel-based Maniv Mobility's VC investment into scooter-sharing company Fenix highlights the potential for Israeli investors to seed start-ups in the UAE, including ventures that focus on technology.rn
News Analysis Israel's innovative COVID-19 contact tracing mobile app HamaGen got off to a promising start, with much of the country downloading it, but then the public lost faith. Here's what happened.
News Analysis Investors and tech leaders in the UAE and Israel are upbeat about business cooperation, particularly in fintech and agritech, as evidenced by a virtual conference organized by venture capitalists.
Updated With a population steeped in technical knowhow and entrepreneurship, Israel has gained the reputation as “the startup nation”. Here are leading Israeli AI startups pushing the boundaries of what the technology can do in a variety of fields, from security to analytics.
Feature AgroScout, a three-year old agritech startup, uses machine learning and photographs captured by store-bought drones to help small farmers locate ailing crops and cut down on the use of pesticides.
Feature Israeli startups are incorporating artificial intelligence, analytics, and emerging technology into innovative payment systems to challenge the status quo in the financial services industry.
Feature Israel’s hot technology jobs market has cooled down a bit due to the coronavirus pandemic, but certain expertise -- including in programming, AI, cloud and security -- is still very much in demand.
Feature Israel's HMOs are the backbone of the country's healthcare, and they have been developing AI systems for years. When COVID-19 hit, the technology was crucial in flattening the curve of new cases.
Feature To rein in costs and optimise its four manufacturing lines, Israel-based SodaStream automated assembly lines with robots and connected all manufacturing processes under one control system.
Feature With incoming COVID-19 cases threatening to overwhelm Maccabi Health Services staff, the HMO deployed an AI-driven RPA program in only 48 hours, with the help of Kryon Systems, to speed patient intake.
News Analysis Israel-based CIOs need to get creative to attract talent as global tech titans pour money into R&D facilities and snap up IT pros and young graduates alike.
Interview Brig. Gen. Ziv Avtalion was given command of the IDF’s Digital Transformation Administration, a unit established to apply big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve battlefield performance and streamline the military’s administration.
Feature Israel itself is lagging in 5G deployment, but startups are developing applications and network components designed to drive and take advantage of the superfast mobile technology. Here are several promising Israeli 5G-related ventures.
News Analysis Israeli startup Rezilion offers a SaaS approach to handling security concerns as development teams automate their pipelines and deploy new applications at breakneck speed.